Brembo are celebrating a milestone achievement in 2022 after achieving their 600th world title.
The brake supplier – who have been active for almost 50 years in motorsport, having started their journey in 1975 – won an impressive 62 world titles across major racing competitions during 2022.
Amongst these was Max Verstappen's second F1 World Championship with Red Bull, with his car running Brembo brakes.
Meanwhile, on two wheels, Pecco Bagnaia secured his debut MotoGP title on the Ducati bike, while Alvaro Bautista's Aruba.it Racing-Ducati was also running with a Brembo braking system on its way to the WorldSBK championship.
In the electric world, Stoffel Vandoorne's debut Formula E World Championship with the Mercedes-EQ team was supported by Brembo, with the company having gone into their fourth consecutive season as exclusive brake supplier to all cars on the grid.
The success across all categories, Brembo says, points to their technological supremacy.
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